What Personal Information is Collected
The Behavioral Health Special Initiative may collect personal information. This information is voluntarily provided to the Behavioral Health Special Initiative by the user with regard to registration for training events, requests for the Behavioral Health Special Initiative publications, and contact and mailing list correspondence. Users voluntarily provide information such as name, email address, agency, county, and job title. All information collected is used to process the user's request and is never sold or shared with a third-party for commercial purposes.
How Your Information May Be Used
The Behavioral Health Special Initiative does not collect information under any conditions except when a user purposely communicates with us. Our policy is to use the information we acquire for internal purposes only, and we maintain appropriate measures to keep this information private.
Users can visit the site without revealing any personal information. If a user chooses to give us personal information via the Internet for the purposes of correspondence, a publication order, to join our mailing list, or to participate in the Behavioral Health Special Initiative's educational trainings, the data we collect is used for that purpose only.
The Behavioral Health Special Initiative takes precautions to keep the user information secure, and such information will not be disclosed to third parties for commercial purposes.
Email is handled as normal communications and may be stored for the purpose it was sent. The Behavioral Health Special Initiative does not sell or rent email addresses to anyone outside the organization.
The Behavioral Health Special Initiativeâ€™s website includes links to external websites. These links do not fall under the http://www.bhsi-dbhids.org domain, and the Behavioral Health Special Initiative is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these external websites.
An IP (Internet Protocol) address serves as a unique identifier of computers on the Internet. The Behavioral Health Special Initiative uses your IP address for statistical metrics used to glean important information about site usage.